120+ months

Haven’t written much lately. No immediate plans. Might attempt some site-cleanup, but nothing much beyond that.

10 years; There actually isn’t really a decade worth of work, the stint at midnight shift physical labor circa 2010 caused some minor disruption which triggered a full-blown interruption of all creative endeavors, starting from the end of Spring, 2013. There were some attempts to re-start my improv recordings. Then I have some odd piece written here-and-there from 2014-16. but for this Year of 2017, Not only I haven’t written anything of my own, but additionally was not bothered by it.

At all.

Let just say I’ve gotten lazy. The more concrete reason is there really isn’t a point to urgently post my unpublished work here? Or anywhere, for that matter. Composition/Improvisation has always been reflective and more importantly, introspective exploration, and I never inclined for others to listen to what I wrote-lest they actually have the opportunity to glimpse into my inner thoughts and that’s never a good thing, to feel naked in front of anyone.

Was/am still busy doing something of music so I am expressively in contentment. And in many ways, this would suffice for the time being.

Short update-Sept 2016

I know my site deserves some love, long neglected (the last post is 21 months young). I will see what I can do. I was stuck deciding whether to migrate all my audio files to html5 and reformat the appearance so its mobile friendly. That was back in December of 2013. One thing at a time-I have recently resumed some improvisation recording, and additionally, there are still items that needed to be updated…You will know when it is done.

XPC California Dreaming

Dear XPC Choir members,

Here are the tracks for California Dreaming; First tracks is everything as-is; followed by part hard-panned with piano accompniment and the rest on the other side. Click to play with volume adjustments on the right side of the player.

Richard

XPC Men chorus resources

Dear XPC Choir members,

Here are the tracks for Both pieces given this last Wednesday; First tracks is everything as-is; followed by solo-part with piano accompniment. Click to play with volume adjustments on the right side of the player.

Richard